Dell Demps named one of NBA.com's "executive of the year picks"
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Dell Demps named one of NBA.com's "executive of the year picks"
Posted by MrBlue105 on 8/28 at 9:39 pm


I saw Demps's picture on the front page of nba.com and I had to share!

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HANG TIME, Texas – Never mind that the weather map says it’ s hurricane season. This is the time of year when there are nothing but blue skies over every NBA franchise from Miami to Portland to Los Angeles to Toronto.

Draft picks have been chosen and brought into camp. Free agents have been signed and trotted out for the TV cameras. Trades have been made to fill holes in the lineups. It’s a time for championship planning among the elite class and fantasizing about moving up by the wannabes.

But the truth is that, despite so much spin doctoring that comes out of all the front offices, there are a handful of team presidents and general managers that made the most of the offseason. That’s why we don’t have to wait till next April — or even the season openers — to know who’ll be taking bows for their work. They’re our summer dreaming picks for Executive of the Year:


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Dell Demps, Pelicans – The easier path for Demps would have been to keep Nerlens Noel when the big man fell into his lap at the No. 6 pick and keep on selling a theme of acquiring young assets and building for the future. But with a new team name, new franchise colors and a new owner (Tom Benson) writing the checks, it was a time for a new and bolder direction. The young and oh-so-slender Noel was deemed too much duplication on the front line with 2012 No. 1 pick Anthony Davis and was trade to Philly for 23-year-old guard Jrue Holiday, who puts the only All-Star credentials in the New Orleans lineup. Demps then kept dealing to bring more firepower into the lineup with former rookie of the year Tyreke Evans. Of course, that immediately brought talk of a crowded backcourt with Eric Gordon still on hand, but Demps and coach Monty Williams are betting that a three-man rotation cannot only thrive, but put some punch into what was a thoroughly mediocre offense last season. Assuming Davis takes another big step forward in his second season, the Pelicans could contend for one of the final playoff spots in the West.


This post was edited on 8/28 at 9:44 pm

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Posted by bddwolfpack on 8/28 at 9:46 pm to MrBlue105
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This post was edited on 10/16 at 5:55 pm

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Posted by quail man on 8/28 at 10:22 pm to MrBlue105



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Posted by Walter White on 8/28 at 10:54 pm to MrBlue105
Dealin' Dell


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Posted by c on z on 8/28 at 11:00 pm to MrBlue105
Time to see his latest work bear fruit.


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Posted by LosLobos111 on 8/29 at 12:59 am to c on z
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Time to see his latest work bear fruit.






Pels over heat in 4 games



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